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New Zealand distributor expands into China

New Zealand distributor expands into China

New deal sees Cambridge company expanding into new market

New Zealand-based Global Communications, APAC distributors of Carpo, Armor and MobileDemand rugged tablets, have signed an agreement with UniStrong as their sole China market distributor.

According to the company, UniStrong’s network of partners will now allow the distributor to strengthen its presence in the APAC region.

“UniStrong’s network will definitely provide us with the market penetration needed to reach our full sales potential. Global Communications has considered many distribution partners and we are confident that UniStrong’s proven business and customer approach will help us leverage our position in the rugged mobility market,” says Paul Scoble, Global Communications’ managing director.

Global Communications has recently started building up a presence overseas, with business in Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia.


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